James Farmer http://incsub.org/blog talks about identity and ownership in online learning. Specifically comparing typical learning management system environments to blogs. This recording includes questions and answers from listeners Topics: online learning communities, edublogs
Early on in this course, many of us were enthusiastic for Sheryl Nussbaum-Beach' s article The Art of Building Virtual Communities (http://21stcenturylearning.typepad.com/blog/2007/08/the-art-of-buil.html). The tips in that article have received wide acclaim in the comments and other people's blogging. We are lucky to have Sheryl join us with a 10 minute lecture and then discussion on Tuesday 4 September 12:00 Noon Auckland time, or for Sheryl, that's Monday, 3 September 2007 at 8:00 p.m New... Topic: online learning communities
Tara Brabazon talks to one of her students, Abigail Edwards, about how to improve online education by aligning synchronous and asynchronous learning methods. Topics: Brabazon, Abigail Educations, online learning
Peter Legrove is in the process of writing a new book. One of his other books in education is about teaching your children to read using phonics and Montessori sandpaper letters. This book is about MOOCs, what they are, how to do them, and the effect they might have on the future of education as we know it. MOOCs are just something that hit the free scene on the internet last year and have somehow taken on a mind of their own. Well it seems that way from a MOOCers point of view. Whether they... Topics: MOOC, online learning, future of education
Presenting successful business case studies, this paper will set out to prove that this technology is the way of the future. Although seemingly overwhelming, it is ultimately a beneficial choice for businesses to be competitive through the technological progression of virtual business models as provided in Second Life. Topics: Second Life, Virtual 3D environment, Online Learning
EOL is a new online learning centre that combines leading resources from industry professionals and educational institutions from across the world. http://www.engineeringonline.com Topics: eol, online learning centre, engineering online
September 23, 2010 presentation to faculty members of the University of Phoenix on "Creating and Using Online Content to Extend the US History Classroom." This talk is intended to stimulate discussion on the use of online tools for history instruction by highlighting the experience of one instructor in creating and sharing online content to extend the history classroom in the US History Survey Course (1877-Present) at Lamar University in Beaumont, TX. This talk will be accessible on... Topics: online learning, US History, University of Phoenix
This is the audio from my thesis presentation: Barriers to E-Learning in Job Training--Government Employee Experiences in an Online Wilderness Management Course. The slideshow can be found on SlideShare at http://www.slideshare.net/LisaEidson/ Topics: e-learning, elearning, online learning, distance education
Texila E-Learning is a part of Texila American University and is one of the largest distance learning platforms for the short-term courses. Short-term courses refer to those programs that last anywhere from a few weeks to a few months. Some can take up to a year, but this can vary depending on how concentrated the program is and what topic is being studied. It includes the Certificate Courses and Executive Certificate Courses with different specializations. Topics: e-learning, online learning, short term courses
A lot of teachers spend years teaching in a face to face education environment and then are asked to teach in an online environment due to a variety of reasons. Take a look at five steps how new instructors can manage an online teaching environment. For more information go to http://www.cob.ac/college-of-birmingham-service-level/ Topics: online education, distance education, online learning, e-learning
Originally developed in 2008, this presentation reviews some of the common characteristics and behaviors of exceptional online course facilitators. Note, I recorded the audio with updates after taking the Coursera Course "Elearning and Digital Cultures" in 2013. Topics: Online_learning, learning, elearning, facilitation, teaching, distance_education, technology,...
There's more to online learning than taking classes in your pajamas. Learn about the top resources that are available for online students from the ASU Libraries without ever leaving the comfort of your desktop or couch! ASU Libraries Top 5 Resources for Online Students: eBooks Tutorials Libguides | Libguide for Online Programs Ask a Librarian Starring Librarian Anali Perry The Library Minute is produced for the ASU Library Channel Additional Footage: Design for Dreaming Back To The Future I and... Topics: ASU, education, online learning, ebooks, libraries, librarian, students
Digital education is the process of using digital technology in teaching and learning. Teachers are under pressure to use digital technologies in teaching students and prepare them for work in a globalized digital economy. Digital education prepares students for becoming digital citizens by making them acquire skills for navigating and existing in the digital world. This paper provides a brief introduction to digital education. Topics: digital education, digital learning, computerized education, online learning.
On 15 October at 730 pm we had another 10 minute lecture on Elluminate: - Derek Chirnside speaking about Adding a community flavour to our courses. Topics: online learning communities, otago polytechnic, 10 minute lectures
The presentation will explain the role of a Second Life librarian, demonstrate several successful cases, and discuss the benefits of collaboration, creativity, learning and networking among librarians and their patrons by participating in a virtual world like Second Life. Topics: Second Life, Virtual 3D environment, Online Learning, Librarian
This is the recent podcast for That's Podutainment. Is there a difference between online learning and face-to-face learning? Topics: podcast, podutainment, podcasting, online learning, elearning, face-to-face
After Konrad Glogowski joined us (http://online-learning-communities.blogspot.com/) for the 2nd in a series of 10 minute lectures relating to the facilitation of online learning communities, where he talked about developing a sense of community and individual presence before formal learning, the audience discussed the points in his presentation Topics: online learning communities, 10 minute lectures, otago polytechnic
Early on in this course, many of us were enthusiastic for Sheryl Nussbaum-Beach' s article The Art of Building Virtual Communities (http://21stcenturylearning.typepad.com/blog/2007/08/the-art-of-buil.html). The tips in that article have received wide acclaim in the comments and other people's blogging. We are lucky to have Sheryl join us with a 10 minute lecture and then discussion on Tuesday 4 September 12:00 Noon Auckland time, or for Sheryl, that's Monday, 3 September 2007 at 8:00 p.m New... Topics: online learning communities, 10 minute lectures, otago polytechnic
Shawn & Troy talk about advisory ideas, digital learning, online learning, discussion of analog clocks, webspotlights and more. Topics: middle school, advisory, junior high, online learning, A2, A-square
James Farmer http://incsub.org/blog talks about identity and ownership in online learning. Specifically comparing typical learning management system environments to blogs Topics: online learning communities, edublogs, otago polytechnic, 10 minute lectures
Tara talks with Sharon Lauricella about her career, with attention to her teaching and research interests in online learning, food and non-violent communication strategies Topics: Tara Brabazon, Sharon Lauricella, non-violent communication, food, online learning
The purpose of this paper is to examine how users interact with avatars and why users create them as their identities in the virtual world. Topics: Second Life, Virtual 3D environment, Online Learning, Avatar, Social presence
Sarah Stewart and Leigh Blackall discuss the preparation of a paper that tells the stories of participants in the Facilitating Online Learning Communities course Topics: Facilitating online learning communities, 10min lectures, leighblackall, sarahstewart
Recording of discussion following James Farmer's http://incsub.org/blog talks about identity and ownership in online learning. Specifically comparing typical learning management system environments to blogs Topics: online learning communities, edublogs, otago polytechnic, 10 minute lectures
George Siemens gave a 15 minute talk on his concept of curatorial teaching. It is a very thought provoking idea and generated quite a lot of good discussion afterwards. Topics: george siemens, online learning communities, otago polytechnic, 10 minute lectures
Konrad Glogowski joined us (http://online-learning-communities.blogspot.com/) for the 2nd in a series of 10 minute lectures relating to the facilitation of online learning communities. In this recording Konrad talks developing a sense of community and individual presence before formal learning. Konrad talks to his middle school teaching experiences but his research and insight is very applicable across any effort to develop an online learning community. Topics: online learning communities, 10 minute lectures, otago polytechnic
In this slidecast, Casey Palowitch and Ken Sauter from Cloud vLAB describe the company's qwikLABS software learning platform and service . With qwikLABS, users can create, manage and run labs anytime. Labs are delivered via the public cloud to classrooms, events or online; anywhere there is access to the Internet. qwikLABS is used by lab creators, instructors/trainers, administrators, coordinators and students around the world. The qwikLABS platform users are able to create, manage, deploy... Topics: online learning, RichReport, qwikLABS, distance learning, online tutorials, RichReport, insideHPC
This paper examines the nature of a virtual learning environment â Second Life--, and introduces several Second Life learning examples to help readers who never used Second Life understand its merits and setback on teaching and learning. Topics: Second Life, Virtual 3D environment, Online Learning, Instructional Design
The number of English language learners (ELLs) in the United States school system is growing rapidly. Much of the responsibility for teaching ELLs lies with regular classroom teachers. However, little training is being provided to help them. From a sociocultural perspective and drawing on constructive-developmental theories of adult learning and development, this study explores the potential for transformative learning in a one semester online English as a Second Language for Educators course.... Topics: adult education, online learning, transformational learning, didactics, English language
Take a minute with librarian Anali Perry to learn about the great online tutorials from ASU Libraries. Available wherever you are and whenever you need them. From basic to advanced lessons, we have you covered. Check them out at The ASU Libraries online tutorials Page . Topics: ASU, Arizona State University, libraries, librarian, tutorials, education, online learning
Shawn & Troy talk about an Advisory idea, classroom management, free flow charts, on-line teaching and more. From the Twitterverse: * KD9SR Participating in DEN Virtual Conference (Discovery Educator Network) http://blog.discoveryeducation.com/virtcon09/ #DEN * JohnMikulski Blog Post: Intro to Podcasting for Teachers http://trunc.it/2r1va * willrich45 "For U.S. college students, Internet technologies have become so ubiquitous as to seem invisible." http://bit.ly/2pg53 What about... Topic: middle school, advisory, professional development, junior high, online learning, on-line learning
Ellen Stewart is a young New Zealander using Facebook to keep in touch with international friends. Ellen will talk us through the features of FB and how she likes to use it. Together we will look for commuinities and evidence of learning. Times: Auckland (New Zealand) Monday, 29 October 2007 at 7:00:00 p.m. UTC (GMT) Monday, 29 October 2007 at 06:00:00 Topics: 10 min lectures, otago polytechnic, leigh blackall, online communities, facilitating online...
Podcast on online teaching, instructional design, and educational technologies. Eric Wignall and Staci Trekles interview authors, teachers, designers, and technologists about trends, tips, and tools for teaching online. Topics: e-learning, online teaching, instructional design, teaching, educational technology, online...
Wiley Wikis - a discussion between Leigh Blackall, Teemu Leinonen and Bronwyn Hegarty about their experiences using David Wiley's model of online courses through a wiki. Topics: otagopolytechnic, Leigh Blackall, David Wiley, Teemu Leinonen, Bronwyn Hegarty, Wikis, Online...
Nancy chimes in from Seattle USA, is well known for her work in the field of online learning communities, and blogs at http://www.fullcirc.com/weblog/onfacblog.htm What time is it for you? http://tinyurl.com/yot6ga Auckland (New Zealand) Tuesday, 28 August 2007 at 12:00:00 Noon UTC+12 hours Seattle (U.S.A. - Washington) Monday, 27 August 2007 at 5:00:00 p.m. UTC-7 hours http://online-learning-communities.blogspot.com/ Topics: online learning communities, peer assist, social networking, web2.0, 10 minute lectures, otago...
On Teaching Online is a weekly podcast that focuses on e-learning and teaching. The podcast covers online teaching systems and instructional strategies, educational technologies and instructional design. Eric Wignall and Staci Trekles interview teachers, authors, developers, technologists, and instructional designers about tools and ideas that can improve and extend online teaching and learning. Topics: e-learning, online teaching, instructional design, teaching, educational technology, online...
http://www.7NetworkingMistakes.com Genie Fuller is the guest on The Business Spotlight TV show where she tells the secrets of networking to create an endless supply of lucrative referrals. If you own a company or do sales and marketing this will be a great show for you to watch. Our specialty is coaching, training and online learning systems in Referral Marketing to obtain personal introductions, referrals. Clients learn how to employ referral generating skills to increase their revenue, CEO... Topics: Genie Fuller, Business Spotlight, Patrick Dougher, Creating Lucrative Referrals, Referral...